Happy Friday!! So glad we all made it to the weekend. We are definitely in the midst of the “terrible twos” from the phantom two-year molars that torture us all at night to the power-struggles during the day. But you know what? I just love this age.
These two girls bring so much joy and life to Brian and I. They are just so gosh darn cute!! So today, I thought I would share some of my favorite pictures we have taken recently. Sorry if they are blurry… these girls are fast!
And you know two year olds give the best snuggles. There is never a missed opportunity to compete for lap time when I sit down. Of course, then comes the begrudging compromise for a leg each.
These days go by too fast. Potty training hasn’t began yet and it’s all fun. Crying and tantrums don’t phase me anymore so what’s not to love?
Pray for them
It is amazing how many people fall short of representing. Whether it is the company they work for or the faith they proclaim. This year I would like to challenge every believer in Christ to refocus their thoughts and words and intentionally represent Christ in a worthy manner. Pray for a brother or sister in Christ will also walk in intentionality.
Lord, I lift up (Name) to you and ask that (he/she) would “walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which [he/she has] been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love.” In your name I pray, amen. – Ephesians 4:1-2
Book Review: A Song Unheard
Roseanna M. White is an author I typically seek out for new books. I loved her Ladies of the Manor series and look for other books by her. She just released her second book from the Shadows Over England series: A Song Unheard. Situated in England during World War I the heroine, Miss Willa Forsythe, is a woman of extraordinary talent. Willa is not only one of London’s most adept pickpockets she is also a prodigy at the violin. Her abilities put her at the center of attention for both the English and German governments as they vie for an important weapon of war… Click here Book Review: A Song Unheard to read the full review.